Slew of central banks hold rates amid economic uncertainty

A number of central banks around the world have kept their policy rates unchanged during the past few days due to uncertainties in the global economic outlook as well as domestic inflationary pressures.

The Riksbank and the National Bank of Poland decided to maintain their benchmark rates at 1.5% and 4.75% respectively, following monetary policy meetings held today (June 4). The Reserve Bank of Australia also kept rates steady at 3.5% following its policy meeting on June 3, and the Central Bank

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